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NACSO Covid Operational Guidelines

NACSO operational guidelines to help mitigate the impacts and risks of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Conservation Partnerships to Combat Wildlife Crime in Namibia

Namibia has been increasingl y targeted by organised poaching syndicates since 2012, leading to a rapid escalation of rhino and elephant poaching and increasing poaching and tr afficking of other species. This booklet demonstrates the benefits of strong conservation partnerships in combating wildlife crime.

Keep Namibia's Wildlife on the Land!

Keep Namibia’s wildlife on the land! An information resource dedicated to all who have Africa’s wildlife at heart and through their input, be it criticism or praise, further the cause of conservation in Namibia.

Sustainable use of wild species

A booklet defining and describing the principles of sustainable use and outlining the benefits, challenges and value of the sustainable use of wild species.


Human-Lion Conflict mitigation in the Mudumu Complexes, Zambezi Region, Namibia.

Namibia at CITES

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), took place in Johannesburg from 26 September to 5 October 2016. Namibia is one of the 183 Parties of CITES.

Getting Financed: 9 tips for community joint ventures in tourism

Joint ventures between communities and private investors in tourism have proven to be a great thing when designed and managed well. They bring income, jobs, and know-how directly to local residents who are often in remote areas. They bring new products and new areas of the country into the tourism economy. They also introduce a shared responsibility for managing and protecting key assets - such as land, cultural heritage, or wildlife - to the local people and the private sector players.

In this guide, by The World Bank Group and World Wildlife Fund discusses the key issues facing the sector globally, provides guiding principles for creating more financially viable partnerships, and shares some illustrations from one case study country, Namibia.